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i have been havint the same symptoms

im 46 dizzy low energy excersize sometimes makes it worse depending on what im doing ive had all the heart stuff done and no blockage my doctors seems very layed back about this, did some blood work and only said mt cholesteraol was a little high but never mentioned thyroid or any orther stuff...id like an mri just too make sure, the doctor in tucson sounds great do you have his name i live in casa grande az?

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Have your vitamin D checked!!  I had the same problems and found my vitamin D was 8ng/ml in Jan 2015 severely low,  should be 50 to 80.
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Test your Testosterone as well as all other vitamins. This may be a cause or the cause, the doctors don't know what you feel and can pass it off as nothing. Don't let them, be very proactive, I learned recently men have little options when it comes to this compared to women. Look up the symptoms of low t and see what you think.   http://www.healthline.com/health/low-testosterone/warning-signs#Hair5

I thought it was my Vitamin D and other vitamins and it was not.

I'm on my 4th day on the Gel and I feel ABSOLUTELY amazing! My energy is back and I'm enjoying life again.
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